A new exhibition looking at Scotland tops from past international games has launched ahead of the nation's Euro 2024 campaign getting underway.

Silverburn shopping centre in Glasgow has opened this nostalgic exhibition Scotland Kits Through the Years in collaboration with the Scottish Football Museum and Alzheimer Scotland supporting the Football Memories Scotland initiative.

The display opened on June 7 and features mementos from iconic games prior.

It will run until June 23, and it will bring back fond football memories and support more than 500 groups across the country.

David Pierotti, general manager of Silverburn, voiced his excitement saying: "We’re so excited to be getting into the spirit of the Euro competition and reflecting on some of Scotland’s best international games.

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"It’s great to support Football Memories Scotland and along with the rest of the country, we wish our squad all the best for the coming tournament."

Neal Ross, director of events at the Scottish Football Museum, welcomed the partnership: "Our charitable project, Football Memories, supports people to reminisce over the beautiful game and we hope this exhibition will trigger many fond memories of the Scotland team over the years.

"We hope to welcome lots of Silverburn shoppers to the Museum over summer!"

For more information you can visit www.shopsilverburn.com.